Android had a big week this week.
Check out all those and more below.
First thing's first: Check out Android Market's new look!
The Android Market got a major refresh this week, with a fancy new Windows Phone 7-ish look. You also get access to the Market's bookstore and video rentals.
The update is rolling out to Android users running version 2.2 and above. If you want to try it now, click here to learn how.
Speaking of video rentals...
Google's new Videos app is available for Android. You can use the app to stream your movie rentals from the Android Market or play files stored on your device.
Price: Free in the Android Market
Spotify is here and it's awesome
In case you've been away from the internet for the last few days, Spotify, Europe's popular music streaming service, arrived in the U.S.
If you want to take advantage of Spotify's spectacular Android app, you'll need a paid Premium account that costs $9.99 per month.
You can stream from a library of about 15 million songs, plus save songs to your phone so you can listen to them offline. It's like Pandora on steroids.
Price: Free in the Android Market, but you'll need the $9.99 per month Premium plan to use it.
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